Limited Edition

Four Black History Month IPA Collabs

For Black History Month, four Black-owned breweries in NorCal are releasing special collaborations commemorating four incredible figures in American history.

Bay Area-native Milton Bowens is behind the can label designs, part of a larger series called the People's Art Campaign showcased at Underground Books, founded by Kevin Johnson, former NBA star and past mayor of Sacramento, and located across from Oak Park Brewing Co.

A different style of IPA was brewed for each release -- red, black, hazy and West Coast -- with two being brewed locally at Hunters Point Brewery (familiar home to Speakeasy Ales & Lagers), one at Oak Park Brewing Co. in Sacramento, and the fourth at Full Circle Brewing Co. in Fresno. Three of the four beers feature South African hops, Southern Passion and African Queen, known for their fruit-forward flavors.

Read more about this project via our friends at SF Gate

Look for these releases as limited edition Black History Month 4-pack at The Good Hop, Degrees Plato, Paulista and other Bay Area and Sacramento shops.

Oak Park Brewing

Ella Josephine Baker / All We Want Is What You Promised


Always down for good trouble. Great deep amber color with lots of malt flavor accented with citrus focused hops.

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Full Circle Brewing

Fred Allen Hampton / Eye Am a Revolutionary

Hazy IPA

Don't lose time. Refreshing hazy beer with plenty of fruity hops (pineapple, lemon) and nice bitterness that doesn’t get overwhelming.

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Hella Coastal Brewing

Fannie Lou Hamer / Everybody Is Free

West Coast IPA

Making history for the culture. Contract brewed at Hunters Point Brewery, this tasty and refreshing take on the classic style is totally crushable.

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Hunters Point Brewery

James Baldwin / America's Native Son

Black India Pale Ale

You can cage the singer but not the song. Rich with roast and caramel flavors with nice citrus-pine hoppiness, yet crisp and light with tasty coffee bitterness.

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